CIPD launches three research reports covering behavioural science and the changing context of work


The has launched three reports that focus on behavioural science and the changing context of work at its annual conference and exhibition in Manchester.


The reports are free to download.

Our Minds at Work: Developing the behavioural science of HR

This report examines how the science exploring how the brain works and what influences human behaviour has accelerated much faster over the last decade than the way organisations manage, motivate and develop their people.

Neuroscience in action: Applying insight to L&D practice

This research looks at how several high profile organisations are adopting ‘brain friendly’ approaches to L&D in the workplace to enhance learner engagement, improve customer service and reduce staff turnover and training costs. The report also offers practical advice on how to implement effective neuroscience techniques with minimal investment.

HR: Getting smart about agile working

This report considers how the HR function can develop and support the traits of an ‘agile’ business – including rapid decision-making and execution, a high-performance culture, flexibility of management practices and resources and organisational structures that support collaboration – while also adapting to the rapidly changing needs and expectations employees have from their working lives.


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